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Stanground Academy

Examination Results & Destination Data

Pupils and staff at Stanground located on Peterborough Road and part of Greenwood Academies Trust, are celebrating receiving their A Level grades today.  

The Academy is pleased to announce a year of excellent results for pupils, despite the challenges they have faced over the last two years, as a result of the pandemic. Pupils’ determination and hard work has meant many have achieved strong results and will now progress onto their chosen next steps in higher education, jobs or apprenticeships.  

Subjects that saw particular success at the Academy include Sociology, Art and Further Maths where students all achieved an average grade of an A. Media Studies, a BTEC award where 85% of students achieved a Distinction grade or better.  

Overall, the Academy achieved results ahead of expectation and we are so proud of our pupils. 

There have also been some impressive individual performances. These include: 

  • Matt Delani who successfully achieved A*s in math and further maths, A in finance and a distinction* in business studies and has secured his first-choice place to study accounting and finance at Warwick University. 

  • Elise Crane who successfully achieved A* in sociology, an A in psychology and criminology she has secured her place to study Psychology at the Open University.  

  • Nathan Bellamy achieved an A in history and finance and a distinction* in business studies he has secured his place to study Accounting at Leicester University 

  • Olivia Smith is also a notable success she achieved an A* in psychology, a Distinction* in health and social care and a B in Biology. Olivia has secured her place at Leicester University to study Physiotherapy. 

  • Ieva Poceviciute achieved an A in math and further math and a B in Physics. She has secured a place at Lincoln University to study Mathematics and Computer Science 

Matthew Van Lier, Principal at Stanground, said:  

“Our pupils are amazing; they have experienced more disruption to their education than any other generation and despite this they have delivered a set of results that make the Stanground Team feel incredibly proud. The vast majority will go onto their first or second place university and thankfully only one student will have to experience clearing. I cannot thank the pupils and staff enough for all of their commitment, resilience and hard work to deliver these results and we look forward to observing how they become successful citizens of the future. 

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